Ontario is making a historic $1.1 billion investment to repair, renew and improve school buildings across the province so that they continue to be safe.
Ontario is investing nearly $90 million dollars to expand child care and child and family support programs in schools for community use.
This year Ontario is investing $137 million to build new schools, expand or renovate existing schools, and create new child care spaces across the province.
Ontario is expanding programs to help high school students get the skills and knowledge they need for the jobs of the future
Ontario is investing $22 million in a new Centre for Collaborative Education at Oshawa’s Durham College to help give students access to innovative programs
Province Commits $97 Million in Funding Over Next Three Years June 25, 2015 – Ohsweken ON Ontario is supporting key initiatives that will help more First Nation, Métis, and Inuit learners access high quality postsecondary education and training opportunities. Today, Minister Moridi was at Six Nations Polytechnic in Ohsweken, where he announced stable funding for Aboriginal […]
Ontario is providing funding to help students with disabilities across the province June 23, 2015 – Hamilton ON Ontario is providing an additional $6 million to help students with disabilities across the province pursue their passions and get the skills they need to succeed at college or university. There are now twice as many students with disabilities […]
Elgin Court Public School students will enjoy a new outdoor classroom, quiet reading space and garden. June 23, 2015 – ST. THOMAS, ON, Today, the Elgin Court Community Project Team unveiled the newly redesigned schoolyard thanks in part to a$20,000 prize from CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO), Ontario Tire Stewardship (OTS) and Auto Guys. […]